As you may have heard, Book Riot is throwing its first ever reader convention on November 7 and 8, here in NYC. It’s something I’ve been thinking and talking about with Jeff and Rebecca since, well, definitely all of last year, and it was the first thing I started working on when I came on board full-time in February. So believe me when I say that on Tuesday, March 10, at 1 p.m. Eastern, when tickets go on sale, I am going to look exactly like this:
I’ve got my stethoscope ready and everything.
We’ve been plotting and scheming and planning and drawing insane diagrams and periodically yelling “But wait WHAT IF–” at each other for weeks, and we’ve really only just begun. Which means as exciting as the details are that will be revealed tomorrow (and they are REALLY FREAKING EXCITING), there’s even more to come.
Buckle up, mark your calendars, stick a Post-It on the mirror, or whatever suits you, and keep an eye on bookriotlive.com. Tickets are $169 for both days, and the first 250 people to register will get a $50 discount for being awesome and quick with the clicking. We’ll keep announcing details and authors and programming information as they get confirmed; you can follow along at the site or via email. See you in November?